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May 04, 2011

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Leah DiMarco

Since when is there an option to vote 'present' in the U.S. Senate?

eli bortman

The honorable vote for someone who claims to oppose filibusters on judicial nominations is to support cloture and then vote 'no' on the nomination, if he is opposed to the nominee.

Sen. Hatch's explanation of his vote is properly characterized as 'hypocritical.'

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